Most Helpful Guy
I would only leave if it was necessary, which I did when I was 18.
If you do have enough money and you do have a reason to do it, then sure.
If it's financially more valid to stay at home and it doesn't bother your parents, then I don't see why you should.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
If you don't want to move out and be alone I can understand for safety reasons. Why don't you consider getting a roommate? Try asking one of your friends if they'd like to get a place with you. It would benefit everyone, the bills are split so it's less costly. You're not alone in case something dangerous happens. It won't be lonely because you have someone to talk to. Since you'll be saving cash you'd have more money for whatever you'd like. If you have a best friend or any friends and family that want a place of their own talk to them about it. Be sure to set some ground rules though, and I wouldn't trust online ads for roomies. It's better to be safe than sorry.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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